Substantial as a main dish recipe or an appetizer or snack, these tasty Pepperoni and Cheese Roll-Ups are nothing short of amazing. Pepperoni pizza is one of my favorite foods, but a slice from the local pizzeria is definitely not Weight Watchers friendly. By creating my own, unique twist on this popular American food, I was able to create a much healthier, low calorie version of pepperoni pizza, but for a lot less Points. 2 rolls are just 5 Points +, so I can satisfy my pizza craving without breaking the bank. These are also easy to handle and eat, so they’d make perfect appetizers or snacks for game day and/or a Super Bowl party. They are cute, kid-friendly and easy to make. Definitely a hit at our household! I will be making these on a very regular basis.
These delicious Mini Bacon, Fig and Goat Cheese Pizzas are the perfect twist on traditional pizza recipes. And at 5 Points + per pizza, they are a great idea for a unique Weight Watchers lunch recipe. In fact, these “pizzas” are nothing like the typical pizzas we all know and love, but oh my are they good! The sweet figs and honey balsamic glaze go perfectly with the tangy goat cheese, salty bacon and peppery arugula. Each bite is like a little mouthful of heaven. They also make wonderful Weight Watchers appetizers or party foods and they are insanely easy to make. The high fiber crust helps to make them very filling. I ate two of these and a light salad for dinner one night, and was very satisfied. I’ll definitely be making these Mini Bacon, Fig, and Goat Cheese Pizzas often. Enjoy!
Pizza is just one of those foods that I could eat every single day for the rest of my life. I absolutely adore it in all forms, and am always willing to try just about any new Weight Watchers Pizza Recipes that I find. A long time ago, I came across Flatout Flatbreads, and have been using them in a variety of personal sized, thin crust pizza recipes ever since. But it recently came to my attention that not everyone is aware of Flatout Flatbreads (and their whole amazing line of products), so I thought it’d be beneficial to post a simple pizza recipe that is made with one of these low calorie flatbreads. The options for Flatout pizza recipes are endless, but I think the key when making them is to use a decent amount of cheese. I typically use about 1/2 cup on my thin crust pizzas, and I think it works great. Sure I could do less and shave a point or two off the total Points +, but what is pizza without CHEESE?! The Points are worth it, in my opinion. And because there is a TON of fiber in these flatbreads, they are very satisfying and will help keep you full for quite a while. So, if you are a pizza fanatic like moi, get in the kitchen with some Flatout Flatbreads, and share your favorite low calorie pizza recipe with us!!
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. I LOVE pizza. I seriously cannot get enough of it. I’ll take it anytime, anywhere, anyplace. Given my insatiable pizza obsession, I’m always on the lookout for good Weight Watchers Pizza Recipes that don’t compromise flavor and aren’t too high in Points +. This delicious Prosciutto and Arugula Pizza with Goat Cheese and Mozzarella is crazy delicious, and has just 6 Points + per slice. Not bad, considering all of the amazing flavors and textures. Pair it up with some other low Points Plus side dishes for a fantastic Weight Watchers dinner or lunch. No need to give up gourmet, Ristorante style pizzas just because you are counting calories!
If there was one food I HAD to eat everyday for the rest of my life, without a doubt, it would be pepperoni pizza. I just never not want it. So in order to stay on track with my Weight Watchers Points Plus Daily Allowance, I had to come up with a low calorie pizza recipe that was not only low in Points Plus, but that also tasted close to what I might buy at a local pizzeria. Sure, there are tons of “healthy” frozen pizzas on the market, but they are loaded with sodium and preservatives, and just don’t satisfy my pepperoni pizza craving. So by using a whole wheat crust, some reduced fat cheese, using turkey pepperoni, and by mixing some butternut squash puree in with the pizza sauce, I was able to lower the calories and fat, and increase the fiber content. The end result was a slice of pepperoni pizza for just 6 Points +. It may not be Papa John’s, but it tastes fantastic, and it’s a much healthier and low Points Plus way to get my pepperoni pizza on!
There’s no question about it, pizza is my absolute most favorite food, EVER. I never tire of it, and even when it’s bad pizza, it’s still pretty good. Seriously, I will knock you over, running to get a piece. I realize that my pizza obsession may be a bit of a problem. So to help keep my pizza feasting in check, I make these quick and easy mini pizzas that are pretty darn tasty and have just 5 points + each. They truly are a no fuss meal and are a great healthy lunch idea for kids too! The fresh basil leaves and tomato give it a nice aesthetic appeal, and of course, add such amazing flavor. Each individual pizza is super high in fiber and low in fat. If you are a pizza-aholic, try this Personal Tomato Basil Pizza Recipe to keep yourself from speed dialing Papa John’s. :)
When I found this recipe for Pizza Bread Sticks, I was impressed. Not only did it sound delicious, but it was prepared differently than I expected. I came across this recipe at Health Discovery.com, which is a Weight Watchers support network. And I adapted the recipe a bit, making a few small changes. I was super excited to give it a try, and I was not disappointed! They were yummy and flavorful, and though it’s not a perfect substitute for a slice of real NY pizza, I enjoyed it nonetheless. It also makes a unique appetizer recipe to use for parties or potlucks. And it would make a tasty snack for the kids. Though this is not an official one of Weight Watchers Bread Stick Recipes, I think that any one who’s looking for a tasty, low point total snack, will find this dish a real treat. Enjoy!
This is an amazingly delicious Weight Watchers Mushroom Pizza Recipe that I found that is SO good, no one will ever know that it’s low calorie, and actually quite a healthy pizza recipe. It’s a great low calorie pizza recipe to serve as a main dish, or to serve as an appetizer! They look and taste delicious and are really quite easy to make. And you can easily substitute the mushrooms and shallots for just about any veggie of choice. Try it with onions, olives, green peppers, eggplant, basil, tomatoes, spinach, or even squash! This Weight Watchers pizza recipe is a must try!
Finger food is such a pleasure to eat as an appetizer or a quick snack, and it’s so easy to make. But if you’re dieting, it’s incredibly easy to just keeping gulping down those finger foods, usually without even realizing it. These low calorie pepperoni pizza potato skins are a bit bigger than your typical finger food, so you’ll eat them slower. Plus, the potato base makes them more filling so you’ll eat less! Feel free to mix it up and try different variations of them by using different toppings like pineapple, mushrooms, bell peppers, olives, or onions, and substituting the pepperoni for sausage, ham, or BBQ chicken. If adding any of the last three options, just make sure to figure in the Points!